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Project Description

Arthritis Pain

Do you suffer from Ingrown Toenails?

Ingrown toenails are very common, and often cause infection if not treated. It can cause sharp or aching pain depending on the infection level. They often occur when the nail starts to grow into the side of the toe. Antibiotics can be prescribed to help clear the infection, however the pain may still be present.

The safest way to guarantee that the nail spike is removed safely is by a Podiatrist.



  • Soreness around nail edges
  • Pain when wearing shoes
  • Redness, swelling and infection signs around nail edges


  • Incorrect nail-trimming technique
  • Trauma (such as stubbing your toe)
  • Nails that naturally curve sharply on the sides and dig into the skin
  • Tight toe-box of your shoes


How we treat the condition?

There are various treatments that will be applicable for ingrown toenails. However, everyone is different. Therefore we will work with you to develop the most suitable treatment plan for you, to help you get out of pain.

How we can help:

  • Triangular wedge resection of the nail:
  • Using a specific technique, the Podiatrist will remove the nail spike that is causing the discomfort.
  • In some cases a Partial Nail Avulsion is needed.

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What are the Payment Options available?2020-03-23T01:54:17+10:00

We request that you pay the amount during the time of the consultation. We accept cash, cheques, or credit cards and have EFTPOS and HICAPS facilities, in which we can also accept Australian health funds and health care providers.

Is a referral necessary?2020-03-23T01:52:02+10:00

– If you are on an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC), you will need to bring a written referral from your General Practitioner (GP).

– If you are a private patient, then you do not need a referral.

Do you accept Medicare Payment?2020-03-23T01:52:59+10:00

All patients with chronic conditions are eligible for Medicare rebates for standard podiatry visits through the Medicare system. You will need to see your General Practitioner and ask for an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral.